Dorsey, Eagles upset Cavs, 3-1, in girls soccer
McDonogh’s Weiner scores game-winner in field hockey
Julia Dorsey scored twice during a 3-0 run in the first half and No. 4 McDonogh upset No. 1 Archbishop Spalding, 3-1, in girls soccer Tuesday.
The host Eagles improved to 4-1-1 and 3-1-1 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference, and the Cavaliers fell to 7-2-2 and 3-1-1.
“When you go up 3-0 against a quality team like Spalding, you have to defend to protect the lead,” McDonogh coach Harry Canellakis said. “They started out fast but didn’t score. We worked our way back into the game.”
Abby Hanks had the lone goal for Spalding, assisted by Kaitlyn Keaton.
“We had a lot of chances, but unfortunately it didn’t go our way,” Spalding coach Ashly Kennedy said.
McDonogh won by the same score in their previous game, against John Carroll on Sept. 29.
SEVERN 5, SETON KEOUGH 1: Eileen Doherty had three goals and an assist to power the Admirals (7-4-1, 6-0-1 IAAM B Conference) past the host Gators (3-5, 2-3).
NO. 11 FALLSTON 3, PATTERSON MILL 0: Jared Puglisi, Jake Kauffman and Caynnan Taylor scored to lead the Cougars (8-1) past the host Huskies (3-6).
NO. 15 CHESAPEAKE-AA4, ARUNDEL3: Greg Adams scored twice to help the host Cougars (6-1) beat the Wildcats (1-7).
LANSDOWNE 6, NEW TOWN 0: Lansdowne junior Muang Hnai had three goals, Jose Munoz added two and Oscar Madrid Molina had one to lead the unbeaten Vikings (5-0-1) to a 6-0 triumph over New Town (3-1-1). Jared Jones had 11 saves for the Titans. Lansdowne’s Ling Har (11) gets the ball between New Town’s Moses Mugisha (9) and Yeabsra Gebregiorgis. The unbeaten Vikings topped the Titans, 6-0. ding scored the next two to go up. McDonogh’s Blair Pearre tied the score with nine minutes left in regulation.
Andie Aldave finished with a goal and an assist for the Eagles.
NO. 5 SOUTH RIVER 1, SEVERNA PARK 0: Maia Cheeks’ goal off a scramble roughly six minutes into the game gave the visiting Seahawks (9-1) the early margin, and their play the rest of the way made the goal stand. The Falcons fell to 5-4. Fittingly, toward the end of the game with Severna Park pressing for a potential tying goal, Cheeks’ steal at midfield with a minute left turned the ball back over to the Seahawks and they ran out the clock to secure their sixth straight win.
“It’s really important for everyone to work together on the field,” Cheeks said.
“All the little pulls, little stops and dodges are important. We always say ‘little victories,’ because that’s what really pulls us together.”
NO. 7 MARRIOTTS RIDGE 4, HOWARD1: Caroline Blalock had a hat trick and sister Sarah Blalock had two assists to lead the host Mustangs (5-2-1) past the Lions (2-4).
Marriotts Ridge led 2-0 to start the second half.
ARUNDEL1, NO. 10 CHESAPEAKE-AA 0: Rebecca Lloyd scored the game-winner in the first half and the host Wildcats (7-3) upset the Cougars (7-3).
NO. 15 JOHN CARROLL 3, MOUNT DE SALES 0: Emma Gromacki made12 saves in her second shutout of the season as the host Patriots (6-2, 2-0 IAAM B Conference) beat the Sailors (9-3, 2-1).
PATTERSON MILL 4, PERRY HALL 2: The Huskies (5-5) were led by Elise Alders, Sydney Beck, Sarah Duff and Jasmine Sabol with one goal each. The host Gators fell to 2-6.
NO. 2 HOWARD D. GLENELG, 3-0: Anna Jezerski and Sarah Sweet had nine kills each to lead the host Lions (7-1) past the Gladiators (3-6). Howard won, 25-22, 25-4, 25-15. NO. 4 ARUNDEL D. GLEN BURNIE, 3-0: Taylor Wigglesworth had seven kills and Alicia Eldredge added 23 assists to help the host Wildcats (7-1) defeat the Gophers (0-7). Arundel won, 25-14, 25-14, 25-4. NO. 5 ATHOLTON D. RIVER HILL, 3-2: Sam Miller had 21 kills and Lisa Zoch had16 kills to lead the host Raiders (5-3) past the Hawks (1-6).
Atholton won, 19-25, 25-14, 22-25, 25-23, 15-12.
MOUNT DE SALES D. NO. 14 NOTRE DAME PREP, 3-0: Coach Tuan Nguyen said he sensed a certain confidence about his Sailors when they took the floor against the visiting Blazers.
Mount de Sales (4-4) needed just over an hour to dispatch Notre Dame Prep, 25-20, 25-20, 25-23, in a three-game sweep in an IAAM A Conference match.
The Sailors, led by senior Mary Popp (12 kills) and sophomore Malina Beideman (10 digs), hardly looked like the team that started the season 1-4.
Mount de Sales was efficient serving, crisp with its passing and generally smart at the net.
Senior Brooke Newell led the Blazers with 11 kills and seven digs.